Get your Florida Hometown News and stories from these News sources. Typically smaller than the daily news companies, these weekly, bi-weekly and monthly newspapers are typically more local to a specific city or region of Florida.
Florida Weekly is a newsmagazine that engages sophisticated readers with fact-based, interesting news and information about Florida, throughout several markets in Florida including Naples, Bonita Springs, Charlotte County, Fort Myers, Palm Beach and Key West.
Hometown News Brevard County provides a blend of news stories, feature articles, profiles and coverage of importance. Featuring five different editions: North Brevard (which covers the municipalities of Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Cocoa, Merritt Island, Titusville and Mims); Suntree-Viera-Rockledge; Melbourne (which covers the cities of Melbourne and West Melbourne); The Beaches (which covers the municipalities of Satellite Beach, Indian Harbour Beach, Indialantic and Melbourne Beach); as well as Palm Bay (which covers Palm Bay and Malabar).
Hometown News Indian River County focuses on the the people, places and events that make living and working in Indian River County so unique, and includes business news, crime updates, entertainment stories and other information visitors and residents use to stay informed. Offers two different weekly editions for Indian River County, the Vero Beach edition and the Sebastian River Area edition.
Hometown News Martin County focuses on the the people, places and events that make living and working in Stuart, Indiantown, Hobe Sound and the surrounding areas so unique, and includes includes business news, crime updates, entertainment stories and other information visitors and residents use to stay informed.
Hometown News St. Lucie focuses on the the people, places and events that make living and working in St. Lucie County so unique, and includes business news, crime updates, entertainment stories and other information visitors and residents use to stay informed. Offers two different weekly editions for St. Lucie County, the Fort Pierce edition and the Port St. Lucie edition.
Hometown News Volusia County provides five editions for the Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Port Orange-South Daytona, Southeast Volusia, Northwest Volusia and Southwest Volusia areas featuring stories of triumphs, generosity, perseverance and uniqueness of Volusia residents as well as detailed reports on business, crime and events.
Founded on the principles of providing "entertaining community news showcasing the eccentric characters and tropical locations of the Florida Keys," this privately owned community media company produces community newspapers and specialty magazines throughout the Keys.
Miami New Times is Miami's independent source of news and culture. Wondering where the best burger place is in Miami, or how about the best craft beer? Miami New Times provides all of that and more. The newspaper is available every Thursday and their website is updated daily keeping you in the know of what is currently happening in Miami and surrounding areas. Make sure to check out one of their big events coming up, all information will be found on their website!
Orlando Weekly is the Orlando Metro area's source for alternative news, opinion, events and culture covering the issues that shape Orlando as well as happenings in the community. "We are the source for our region’s fun, smart, socially conscious types – the people who want to make Orlando a better place to be through good storytelling, revealing criticism and kickass events that celebrate the best things about our cultural landscape."
South Tampa Today provides news and happenings in the South Tampa communities of Beach Park, Ballas Point, Bayshore Gardens, Bayside West, Belmar Shore, Davis Islands, Port Tampa, Fair Oaks-Manhattan Manor, Golfview, Hyde Park, Virginia Park, Palma Ceia, Rattlesnake, Gandy-Sun Bay, South Westshore, and some areas of Sunset Park, and Courier City Oscawana.
The Apopka Chief is a subscription-based publication delivered on Fridays, featuring up-to-date editorial content with opinion, lifestyle, and sports pages, as well as classified and legal sections. Independently-owned and family-operated.